- • Author of "Don't Be A Mule: A Common Sense Guide to Saving More, Spending Less, and Generating Extra Income in Your Everyday Life"
- • Freelance personal finance writer
- • Manager at Carrabba's Italian Grill
David is a contributor for the MoneyCrashers.com personal finance blog and lives just outside of Atlanta with his young son. He's passionate about all things personal finance and is the author of the book, "Don't Be a Mule: A Common Sense Guide to Saving More, Spending Less, and Generating Extra Income in Your Everyday Life". David shares his tips on smart shopping, investing, getting out of debt, and saving for retirement. He has an extensive history in the niche of providing high quality personal finance tips and advice. A lot of his advice comes from personal experience, as someone who has both fallen into and emerged from personal debt. The lessons he's learned over the years have proven valuable to his readers and followers.
David received a bachelor's degree in creative writing from the University of South Florida.
Quote from David
"If you've been through debt or are experiencing difficult financial times, turn that experience into a lifelong financial lesson to build a comfortable and stable life."
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